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Dunboyne News Cuttings 1824-1878 - selected abstracts

Dunboyne News Cuttings 1824-1878 Sources for the study of nineteenth century Clare
compiled by the Honourable Theobald Fitz-Walter Butler, Lord Dunboyne.

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Marriages 1850

Transcribed by Larry Parks

C. J. = ‘The Clare Journal’
L. C. = ‘Limerick Chronicle’

See: Boyd

L. C., 27 July 1850
On Tuesday last, at Rathreagh, in this County, the residence of the bride's uncle, by the Rev. D. Leahy, St. Munchin's, Miss Margaret Barry, to Stafford O'Brien, Esq. Ardcarney Cottage, county Clare.

See: Hall

L. C., 4 May 1850
Tuesday, at Kilnasoulagh Church, by the Rev J. Leslie Stawell, James B. Boyd, Esq. of Claremount Villa, in this City, to Anna Charlotte, daughter of the late Joseph Arthur, Esq. of Cappa House, county Clare.

See: Vaughan

See: McGan

See: Ogilby

See: Rudd

See: Winder

See: Finucane

L. C., 1 June 1850
Mr. Edmund Finucane, to Miss Maria Doherty, both of Ennis.

See: Keays

L. C., 9 February 1850
Mr. John Gray, Kildeemon, county Clare, to Janet, eldest daughter of James Young, Esq. Land Surveyor, Perth

L. C., 16 February 1850
At Lorha Church, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Marcus McCausland, Henry Harpur Greer, Esq. Captain 68th Light Infantry, eldest son of Joseph Greer, The Grange, county Tyrone, Esq. to Agnes Isabella Knox, youngest daughter of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Killaloe, and grand-daughter of the late Hon. the Lord Bishop of Limerick.

L. C., 18 January 1851
At Melbourne, Australia, on the 16th September, Joseph Hall, Esq. to Ellen, eldest daughter of Burton Bindon, Esq, late of Clooney and Curranrue, county Clare.

L. C., 18 May 1850
At Tuoreen, county Clare, James Hynes, Esq, Solicitor, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late William O'Connell, Esq.

L. C., 24 April 1850
On Saturday last, at Meelick Church, Thomas Keays, Esq. Britis Castle, county Limerick, to Ellen, eldest daughter of John Frost, Esq, Meelick Fort, county Clare.

See: Greer

See: O’Donoghue

L. C., 20 February 1850
Mr. John McGan, of Castletown, to Bridget, daughter of Mr. Pat Cahir, of Munnialeen Cottage, Clare.

See: Stackpoole

See: Barry

See: Hynes

L. C., 13 March 1850
This morning, by her father, at Miltown Malbay Church, John O'Donoghue, Esq. of Mount-street, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, to Bessy, daughter of the Rev. Richard Coplin Langford.

L. C., 13 March 1850
At Cahir, William Ogilby, Esq, of Londonderry, to Harriett, daughter of the late Mathew Canny, Esq, Castlefergus.

L. C., 5 January 1850
On Thursday last, at St. Mary's Church, Birkenhead, by the Rev. A. Knox, A.M., Charles Rudd, Esq. H. E. I. Company's Service, eldest son of the late Rev. O. Rudd, Rector of Bligh, to Mary, daughter of Joseph Clarke, Esq. of 7 Hamilton-square, Birkenhead, and late of Mount Prospect, Killaloe.

L. C., 12 January 1850
On the 3d Jan. at St. Mary's Church, Birkenhead, by the Rev. A. Knox, A. M., Charles John Rudd, Esq. Madras Army, and eldest son of the late Rev. John Rudd, Rector of Blyth, Nottinghamshire, and Prebend of Southwell Cathedral, to Mary, second daughter of Joseph Clarke, Esq. Hamilton-square, and late of Mount Prospect, Killaloe, Ireland.

C. J., 8 August 1850
At Kilkee, Mr. Stephen Stackpoole, Tullaher, in the county of Clare, to Lucy Emily Minchin, youngest daughter of Charles H. Minchin, Esq., of Rutland, King's County.

L. C., 13 July 1850
In Ennis, Daniel Vaughan, Esq. C. E. to Bridget, daughter of the late Thomas Bunton, Esq. formerly of Limerick.

L. C., 16 February 1850
On the 11th inst. In the Cathedral, Killaloe, by the Rev. Mr. Bowles, Mr. John Winder, Captain of the "Lady Burgoyne" steamer, to Eliza, relict of the late Mr. A. Clements, of Killaloe.

See: Gray



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